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Overtures (says the ' Age') have for some time past been made to the New Zealand Government with a view of inducing that colony to join in the arrangement by which the penny postal cards of one colony are delivered in another. This system has been in force for a considerable time between New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland, West Australia, Tasmania, and Victoria. The New Zealand Government havo agreed to join the arrangement, which will come into operation on the Ist November. Fiji is now the only colony in the Australasian group that is not in the union. The weekly meeting of the Benevolent Trustees, held at the office of the Institution, Moray place, this afternoon, was attended by Messrs C. Haynes (in the chair), M. Fagan, and W. D. Stewart, The medical superintendent reported having visited the Institution, having found everything ~w a satisfactory condition, and having

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8057, 6 November 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 8057, 6 November 1889

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